What Does the Fed’s Decision Mean for the Markets?

The Fed stated on Wednesday that they’re raising rates 50 basis points, or half a percent. Chairman Powell also stated that a 75-basis-point hike in the future wasn’t on the table and provided some optimistic commentary on inflation. This reveals a potential positive out there for stocks over the medium- and longer-term because if the Fed talks tough on inflation, yet they don’t raise rates as much as feared, then we have a natural backing off of inflation. Hear more about the three headwinds on stocks and what else is working right now on this episode of the Protect Your Assets Market Briefing.

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